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julietachiara

Coach & Content creator

Female, Bisexual, Tulum

Sex & BDSM Coach. Hajime Kinoko Certified Shibari Instructor.

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olivlips

Coach & Content creator

Female, Bisexual, London

Sensual Intimacy Coach here to guide you to fulfilling your deepest desires. What intrigues you most about sex & love?

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GaySexCoach

Coach

Male, Gay, London

One of the UK's most unique gay sex and intimacy coaches.

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Subinthecity Couples coaching Bournemouth
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Subinthecity

Therapist & Content creator

Female, Bicurious, Bournemouth

BDSM Coach, Kink Educator and Therapist. Proudly Collared Submissive, engaged to my partner and Dom. I empower curious kinksters to consciously explore what BDSM means to them. 1-1 and couples BDSM Coaching (online and F2F) Humanistic Integrative Therapy (online & F2F) Educational BDSM workshops (online and F2F) Kinky social events.

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Couples coaching

What is couples coaching?

It takes two to tango.

Couples coaching is a specialised form of coaching that focuses on improving and deepening the emotional, physical, and sexual connection between partners in a romantic relationship. Intimacy coaches work with couples to address communication challenges, navigate conflicts, and enhance their overall relationship satisfaction. This type of coaching is designed to help couples build trust, increase emotional intimacy, and foster a more fulfilling and connected partnership.

What makes it hot?

Enhanced connection: Couples intimacy coaching offers tools and strategies to deepen the emotional and physical connection between partners, leading to a more satisfying relationship.

Communication skills: It helps couples develop effective communication skills, allowing them to express desires, boundaries, and needs with greater clarity and understanding.

Holistic approach: Intimacy coaching takes a holistic approach, considering emotional, mental, and physical aspects of intimacy, providing a well-rounded perspective on the relationship.

Tailored guidance: Coaches offer personalised guidance based on the specific needs and goals of each couple, making the process highly individualised.

Empowerment: Couples learn to navigate challenges together, fostering a sense of empowerment and shared responsibility for the health and vitality of their relationship.

No, couples intimacy coaching is beneficial for couples at various stages of their relationship, whether they are proactively seeking improvement or addressing specific challenges.

Yes, intimacy coaching often includes addressing sexual concerns and improving communication around intimacy.

While it's ideal for both partners to attend sessions, flexibility exists, and coaches may work with individual partners when needed.

DO

Open communication: Foster open and honest communication with your partner and the coach, sharing your thoughts, concerns, and desires.

Commitment to growth: Approach coaching with a mindset of personal and relational growth, being open to new perspectives and strategies.

Practice empathy: Cultivate empathy for your partner's experiences and emotions, creating a supportive and understanding environment.

Implement learnings: Apply the insights gained during coaching sessions to your daily interactions, actively working on improving your relationship.

Prioritise consistency: Consistent engagement with coaching sessions and practices is essential for long-term positive changes in your relationship.

DON'T

Blame game: Avoid blaming your partner for relationship issues. Instead, focus on collaborative problem-solving and understanding.

Assume solutions: Don't assume that solutions will be instant. Intimacy coaching is a process, and positive changes may take time.

Neglect individual growth: While focusing on the relationship, don't neglect personal growth. Individual well-being contributes to a healthier partnership.

Dismiss feelings: Don't dismiss or invalidate your partner's feelings. Acknowledge and understand each other's emotions.

Fear of vulnerability: Don't shy away from vulnerability. Being open and vulnerable is crucial for building trust and intimacy.